I'm working on a question that I could use some help on. The problem basically says there is a solenoid with a current running through it given by an equation. There is a wire that is coaxial with and surrounding the solenoid, and the wire makes two loops around the solenoid. A resistance for the wire is also given. The question wants to know what the current in the wire is. Now, I know that if the wire was only looping around the solenoid once, I could just use faraday's law to calculate the induced emf, and then use I=[tex]\xi[/tex]/R. What I can't figure out is how does the fact that there are two loops in the wire affect the induced current? Thanks for any replies.